Speaking in support of Jacqui Rayment, Labour’s Police & Crime Commissioner candidate for Hampshire, in Parliament

John Denham MP spoke out in support of Labour’s candidate for the Police and Crime Commissioner election in Hampshire, Jacqui Rayment, in the House of Commons yesterday.

John also spoke out against the Tory candidate, former MP Michael Mates, who has still not apologised for his long support of the convicted fraudster Asil Nadir.

John said:

“Crime in Hampshire has fallen for six years in a row under the leadership of Jacqui Rayment, the Labour candidate for police and crime commissioner. Would the Minister care to say why the Conservative candidate for Hampshire still refuses to apologise for his long support for Asil Nadir, the convicted fraudster, and why the Conservative party has refused to give back the large donation it received from Asil Nadir? Is that not a case of them all being in it together?”

You can watch a video of John speaking in Parliament by clicking here.

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